Department of Mathematics and Philosophy

Presentations by mathematics majors at the 2012 Undergraduate Research Day

Several of our mathematics majors participated in the 2012 Undergraduate Research Day on April 18th. Following is a listing of those students along with the names of their faculty advisors and their topics.

  • "Triangle Treachery: Investigating the Area and Perimeter of a Triangle to Create Connections between Algebra, Geometry, and Measurement"
    Joseph Illinchman with Dr. Robert Mann
  • "Moving from Conjecture to Confirmation in Mathematics"
    Anginette Parsons with Dr. Iraj Kalantari
  • "Fourier Series "
    Josh Davis with Dr. Marko Kranjc

  • "Fibonacci Sequences, the Rabbit problem, and the Golden Ratio"
    Grant McCreight, Julia Farnesi, Katy Hattula, and Dayna WIlkens with Dr. Marie-Claire Koissi

  • "Archimedes Calculation of the Area of a Circle and the Volume Formulas"
    Tara Rednour, Brianna Martin, and Jennifer Powell with Dr. Marie-Claire Koissi